Clothes made to last for generations, rising above the fleeting trends and whims of fashion. Season after season, Hermès showcases a constant renewal of timeless classics using the very best materials. Creative director Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski relies on the brand’s expert craftspeople to turn leather into almost a textile. This leather was used to make the ultra-short shorts in the first looks and the pencil skirts teamed with matching zipped jackets and striped turtlenecks or fluid silk blouses with Hermès prints, which the designer first saw on one of her mother’s neck scarves. It was also used in the insets and trims on jackets and coats edged with contrasting stripes, and had the soft fluidity of a fabric on voluminous down jackets with big pockets and on the high-necked dresses in the finale. Everything was worn with high-heel boots in suede leather.